2 Policewomen Hailed after Helping Pregnant Woman Give Birth Outside Station

2 Policewomen Hailed after Helping Pregnant Woman Give Birth Outside Station

- Two policewomen, Sergeant Itumeleng Motalane, 39, and Constable Tilane Lebitsa, 29, went beyond the call of duty by assisting a mother to safely give birth outside a Nelspruit police station

- The officers had never been confronted with such challenging circumstances but they knew it was necessary to remedy the situation and help the struggling woman

- Mzansi can't help but show love to the women, who have been praised by civilians and fellow officers alike

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Two police officers, Sergeant Itumeleng Motalane and Constable Tilane Lebitsa, both stationed at Bethal SAPS, have been celebrated as heroines after they successfully assisted a woman to give birth near the police station gate.

2 Policewomen Hailed after Helping Pregnant Woman Give Birth Outside Station
A Nelspruit policewoman holding the child she helped deliver. Images: @SAPoliceService/Twitter, Getty Images
Source: UGC

According to reports, an unidentified man noticed a heavily pregnant woman walking near the police station crying for help. Panicked and unsure of what action to take, the gentlemen then alerted Sergeant Motalane about the situation.

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Motalane immediately left everything she was doing, rushed outside and found the 35-year-old woman with her husband and her sister. Constable Lebitsa came rushing to the scene soon after to offer assistance.

With the woman in excruciating labour pains, the policewomen knew they'd have to act fast if the mother and child were to survive. Sergeant Motalane and Constable Lebitsa calmly took action and eventually assisted the woman to deliver her fourth healthy baby boy.

After the baby was born, the officers took the mother and her child to Bethal Hospital for medical care. The pair were then admitted to the hospital and both child and mother were declared healthy.

Read some of Mzansi's reactions to the touching story below:

@oupaphillip3 said:

"Siyabonga Bethal saps, that's ubuntu and big ups."

@BittermanBwongo said:

"Wonderful!"

@Bukeka88072658 said:

"Did you have gloves? If not please visit the nearest clinic for prophylaxis treatment."

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@sewellk_GOAT said:

"True cadres."

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Legit.ng previously reported that a Johannesburg Metro Police Officer was lauded for delivering a baby on a pavement. Rose Sithole has been an officer for more than a decade and has never delivered a baby before. The incident occurred on Thursday, September 17, 2020.

The mother was reportedly on her way to a police station to wait for an ambulance when she went into labour. The command centre at the police station then received a call about a pregnant woman on the streets.

Source: Legit Newspaper

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